A Guide to Distance Education

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University Press of America, 2003 - Education - 96 pages
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This is a practical guide for instructors and faculty in higher education who are planning to engage in distance education. The guide will provide a step by step approach for the use of technology, instructional preparation and delivery. Resources including technical instruction on how to use software packages for on-line instruction, samples of presentation format, interactive study guides and evaluations are available in the guide.
 

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Contents

Distance Education Overview
2
Distance Education Requirements
5
Copyright
8
Understanding and Using Windows 98
10
Understanding and Using PowerPoint 2001 for Creating Distance Learning Materials
22
How To Use Word Application to Create a Web Page for Instruction
44
Creating a Web Page using Netscape Communicators Composer
51
Presentation Delivery Techniques Part B
60
Telecourse Module
71
A Sample of webBased Online Course
77
Evaluation Part C
85
Evaluation Strategies and Techniques
86
GLOSSARY
92
References
94
INDEX
96
Copyright

TELECOURSE OVERVIEW
61

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Mike Omoregie is Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Technology, Jackson State University.
Jean Farish-Jackson is Director of Services, Farish Jackson Rehabilitation and Recovery Systems.

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